Monthly Archives: March 2023

On This Day — SCCRC report published online by Sunday Herald [UPDATE : Why did experts fail to detect GOLFER’s lies?]

“Golfer was interviewed three times by the SCCRC officials but to date his identity has been one of the most closely guarded secrets concerning the whole Lockerbie affair. Let’s underline Golfer’s importance. If Lockerbie is Scotland’s Watergate then Golfer is … Continue reading

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On This Day — Remembering Archbishop Oscar Romero (August 15, 1917 — Assassinated March 24, 1980) [Is the CIA to blame?]

“There are clear evidential threads on who gave the original order and who paid for the murder that any concerted investigation in El Salvador would absolutely be able to gather enough evidence to prosecute those involved.” Matt Eisenbrandt Assassination of … Continue reading

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On This Day — Gerald Bull Is Assassinated in Brussels (March 22, 1990)

“Who murdered the 62-year-old artillery genius? (…) No one has stepped forward to claim responsibility. However, senior Israeli intelligence officials in several recent interviews with us have claimed responsibility for the slaying. (…) The killing was ordered after Mossad, Israel’s … Continue reading

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On This Day — The Dugway Sheep Incident (March 13 1968) [Porton Down 1953, Skull Valley 1968, Salisbury 2018, Wuhan 2019]

“There had been three open-air nerve agent events on March 13 (1968), one of which was a test involving an F-4 fighter airplane operating two TMU-28B spray tanks, each holding 160 gallons of VX — a persistent nerve agent.” Al … Continue reading

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Brussels, Den of Spies — Belgian Justice Minister : “Chinese Espionage is Very Real.” [UPDATE : Belgian governments restrict staff’s access to TikTok]

“Belgium may seem an unlikely destination for a Chinese agent. In fact, it’s a den of spies, according to domestic intelligence agency State Security (VSSE). It says the number of operatives is at least as high as during the Cold … Continue reading

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On This Day — Remembering CIA Jacqueline K. Van Landingham (1962 – March 8 1995) [Why was Gary Durrell not honored with a Star?]

“An attack in Karachi, Pakistan, during which another NSA employee Gary C. Durrell was shot in March 1995  is believed to be related to Crypto AG.” MINERVA — A History [Released Feb. 11 2020] March 8 2023 — Jacqueline K. … Continue reading

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Havana Syndrome — The Haiku Master, the Cicadas and the CIA [UPDATE : DNI Statement on the Intelligence Community Assessment (March 1, 2023)]

“One is reminded of Montaigne’s acerbic comment: ‘Men under stress are fools, and fool themselves.’ ” Michael Crichton The Andromeda Strain June 2 2022 — Matsuo Bashō was the most famous poet of the Edo period in Japan. After centuries … Continue reading

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Fermi Problems — How to Think like a Physicist [How many workers are necessary to build Khufu’s pyramid?]

“For the making of the pyramid itself there passed a period of twenty years. They worked by a hundred thousand men at a time, for each three months continually.” Herodotus (484 – c. 425 BC) March 1st 2023 — A ‘Fermi Question’ asks … Continue reading

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